The Cornarea wines are the result of a precise choice: that of reinforcing the historical relationship between local wines with their territory.

Cornarea was born in 1975, when 12 hectares of land were planted with Arneis grapes, the aim of which was saving and giving new life to this historical, autochthonous wine.

Cornarea, still now, follows the same philosophy and only makes wine with local grapes, Arneis and Nebbiolo. These grapes are produced from the same vineyards and grown on the hill bearing the same name, which have, by now, reached their full growth...

The wine

Obtained from Arneis grapes with a late harvesting, Andrè is fermented in barriques of French oak wood.

A full structured wine, it has a straw yellow colour with scents of linden and peach flowers. 


The taste is soft, complex with a light hue of oak wood, that perfectly matches fried fish, red meats and also cheeses.